November 30, 2018 – what happened today 7 years ago?

7 years ago today here is what I wrote about that day on my timeline: http://morganingram.com/wordpress/?p=2446

As well as:http://morganingram.com/wordpress/?p=4169&fbclid=IwAR3511fnBFYAt2WVUE05paTJLtW35tlV4m0c8t2S6aFWdBCKAVdxYFwj4

Morgan was scared and wanted protection. She asked her dad if he would buy her a knife. This is a picture Morgan took of the box (with a knife inside of it) that Steve bought for her, at her request, on the drive home from Grand Junction, CO. This box, with the knife still inside of it, was found in her bed, next to her body when we found her on Friday morning, December 2, 2011.

My heart is breaking today – I just want to crawl into a hole and cry all by myself…and at the same time my whole body is vibrating with excitement…why? I feel like a voice from somewhere is telling me it is finally time…it has been almost 7 years now, but justice is coming very soon. This sounds strange after all these years, but I really do trust that voice – it has never been wrong before so please cross your fingers, pray and light a candle on Sunday for Morgan…#JusticeForMorgan!

Morgan loved listening to Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, especially their song: “Home is whenever I’m with you”

Lyrics
Alabama, Arkansas
I do love my ma and pa
Not that way that I do love you
Holy moley, me oh my
You’re the apple of my eye
Girl, I’ve never loved one like you
Man, oh man, you’re my best friend
I scream it to the nothingness
There ain’t nothing that I need
Well, hot and heavy, pumpkin pie
Chocolate candy, Jesus Christ
Ain’t nothing please me more than you
Ah, home, let me go home
Home is wherever I’m with you
Ah, home, let me go home
Home is wherever I’m with you
La, la, la, la, take me home
Mommy, I’m coming home
I’ll follow you into the park
Through the jungle, through the dark
Girl, I never loved one like you
Moats and boats and waterfalls
Alleyways and pay phone calls
I’ve been everywhere with you
That’s true, laugh until we think we’ll die
Barefoot on a summer night
Never could be sweeter than with you
And in the streets you run a-free
Like it’s only you and me
Geez, you’re something to see
Ah, home, let me go home
Home is wherever I’m with you
Ah, home, let me go home
Home is wherever I’m with you
La, la, la, la, take me home
Daddy, I’m coming home
Jade Alexander, do you remember that day you fell out of my window?
I sure do, you came jumping out after me
Well, you fell on the concrete, nearly broke your ass,
You were bleeding all over the place and I rushed you out to the hospital, you remember that?
Yes, I do, well, there’s something I never told you about that night
What didn’t you tell me?
While you were sitting in the backseat smoking a cigarette you thought was going to be your last,
I was falling deep, deeply in love with you, and I never told you until just now
Ah, home, let me go home
Home is wherever I’m with you
Ah, home, let me go home
Home is where I’m alone with you
Home, let me come home
Home is wherever I’m with you
Ah, home, yes I am home
Home is when I’m alone with you
Alabama, Arkansas
I do love my ma and pa
Moats and boats and waterfalls
Alleyways and pay phone calls
Ah, home, let me go home
Home is wherever I’m with you
Ah, home, let me go home
Home is where I’m alone with you
Songwriters: Alexander Ebert / Jade Allyson Castrinos
Home lyrics © BMG Rights Management

 

November 27, 2018 – every day now gets harder and harder to bear…

This is a picture of Morgan with me when she was in Elementary school – she is cuddling her doll Charlie. I bought Charlie for Morgan on her 2nd birthday and she loved him. She didn’t want a girl doll – she picked out a boy doll and named him.  Just the other day I was going through some old bins and I found Charlie. I held him to my heart and cried and cried. He looked brand new, Morgan had always taken such good care of him.  I wished with all my heart that Morgan was still here to pass Charlie down to her own daughter someday…every day leading up to this Sunday has been torture for me. Sunday will be the 7th anniversary of Morgan’s murder and we still do not have justice for her yet. Please remember Morgan in your prayers and light a candle on Sunday so your prayers for justice will be answered in 2019 – I still believe in the power of prayer.  Thank you!

MORGAN WAS SO EXCITED TO VOTE!

Hope you all got out to vote yesterday. I remember when Morgan was old enough to vote – she was so excited! She couldn’t wait to read and study all the options, so she could use her voice to make a difference…#JusticeForMorgan

~ Morgan was loved & Morgan mattered ~

I HAVE A FAVOR TO ASK…

In November of 2012, Dr. Phil aired a show about our daughter Morgan Ingram’s stalking and mysterious death.

I would like to ask anyone, if you have a copy of that show, if you could please send me a copy, it would be greatly appreciated. We never managed to get a copy and at this time I would like to have it. You can put the link in the comment section here or email me through this website on this link http://morganingram.com/contact.html

The title of the show was, “Dr. Phil Mystery: Was Morgan Murdered by Stalkers?” https://www.drphil.com/shows/1918/

Here is an old post I wrote about the show…

The suspects needed criminal lawyers to protect them from criminal exposure!

THANKS FOR HELPING 🙂

TODAY ON ELECTION DAY…remember to VOTE!

 

In Eleanor Roosevelt’s response to UN appointment on December 22, 1945 she said, “In the end, as Wendell Wilkie said, we are “One World” and that which injures any one of us, injures all of us.”

Today is election day here in the U.S. and we need to embrace this gift we have been given to use our voice and VOTE – individually we are just one out of many, but if all of us “ones” stand up for what we believe then that is when true change can happen.  Your “one” voice is extremely important.

This is not only true on election day, but it is also holds true in your everyday life. We are one world and stalking occurs, not only in the US, but everywhere, in every country. This blog has had more than 8 million views, in over 115 countries around the world since I started it.  I have been contacted by stalking victims and survivors from so many different countries that i have lost count.

The one common thread that I always hear is that these victims are frightened for their life, and they wish someone would believe them…sounds simple, but it is not always so simple. Friends, neighbors, family members, even law enforcement, many times try to minimize the situation – what I would like everyone to remember is that stalking is dangerous – it is obsessive behavior that puts the target of that obsession in real danger. The best thing you can do for a victim of stalking is to BELIEVE and try to help in any way you can. Stopping a stalker in the very beginning of the stalking can save lives.

So please remember, we are one world when it comes to so many things, and all of us can make a difference, even if it is in the life of just one other person…”that which injures any one of us, injures all of us.”  Let’s put an end to stalking – let’s vote for people who will be tough on crime, and help put through tougher laws in order to protect victims.